We have had confirmation from the NHS that the plans to remove radiotherapy services from the Sunrise Centre at Treliske, which would have seen patients having to make many long journey out of the county when they are at their most vulnerable, have been dropped.
This Budget lays the foundations for a Britain fit for the future – investing for the long-term while supporting families and businesses under pressure now, setting a path to a more prosperous Britain.
I have been working with a number of organisations, both nationally and locally, to explore ways to improve healthcare services and better understand the challenges facing patients, NHS staff and the community as a whole.
Steve Double, Member of Parliament for St Austell and Newquay has welcomed yesterday’s announcement from Secretary of State for the Environment Michael Gove that the Government will be consulting on bringing in a plastic bottle deposit return scheme.
I have been working to promote Newquay’s bid to be the site of the UK’s Spaceport.In my opinion Newquay is in a very strong position, it boasts the fifth biggest runway in the UK and offers the Space industry room to grow in the Aerohub Enterprise Zone. I believe a Spaceport in Cornwall will be a game changer to the local economy. It will attract a whole host of technical jobs and tourists from across the globe at a level we do not currently experience.
Steve Double, Member of Parliament for St Austell and Newquay, has submitted feedback as part of the Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) strongly supporting community hospitals in Mid-Cornwall.
In his letter to the NHS, Steve writes:
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